Articles tagged with: Twitter

October 17, 2017 | James Hardcastle Research Manager

Last week's top articles

Last week’s top five Taylor & Francis Online articles (recorded by Altmetric)

Find out last week’s top five Taylor & Francis Online articles (recorded by Altmetric).
May 3, 2017 | Claire Sewell, Social Media Editor, New Review of Academic Librarianship

My role as a social media editor: one year on

Q&A with Claire Sewell, Social Media Editor, New Review of Academic Librarianship

Claire SewellLast May we interviewed Claire Sewell, who had just been appointed as a Social Media Editor (SME) for the journal New Review of Academic Librarianship, to find out about her new role and her hopes of creating an effective social media presence.…

February 7, 2017 | Miles Richardson, Multimedia & Social Media Editor of 'Ergonomics'

Creating an online identity: a social media editor’s perspective

Miles Richardson, Multimedia & Social Media Editor of 'Ergonomics' shares his expertise

Dr Miles RichardsonMany journal editors are embracing social media to create an online identity and reach a digital audience to promote their journals more widely. Miles Richardson, Multimedia & Social Media Editor of Ergonomics, shares his tips on getting started, making an impact, and how the data can be used to improve the overall quality and performance of a publication.…

May 6, 2016 | Claire Sewell Social Media Editor, New Review of Academic Librarianship & Research Skills Coordinator in the Office of Scholarly Communication, Cambridge

My new role as a social media editor

Q&A with Claire Sewell, Social Media Editor, New Review of Academic Librarianship

Graham Walton, Editor of New Review of Academic Librarianship, recently appointed a social media editor for the journal. We caught up with Claire Sewell to find out more about her new role. How did she become a social media editor? Why did the journal decide to launch social media pages? And what will she be posting about in her new role?
March 30, 2016 | Cat Chimes, Head of Marketing, Altmetric

Putting Altmetric data to use: an introduction for journal editors

Assessing the reach of your journal, determining the levels of engagement within your field of research, helping you to shape your content strategy. Did you know these are just some of the many ways you could use the Altmetric data available at just one click on Taylor & Francis Online? Read this guest post from Altmetric for some ideas for how journal editors can put that data to use. And then, get the inside track from other editors, who told us how they’re using the data to benefit their journal.
June 16, 2015 | Leila Jones Publishing Manager - Journal Development

Twitter tips for editors

Many journals editors are embracing Twitter in order to reach a digital audience and promote their journal(s) more widely. A well-managed journal Twitter account, as part of a wider marketing strategy, can help build and maintain the brand and reputation of journals and enable editors to connect with authors and readers on a personal level, enhancing key relationships. To help support our editors who are already using Twitter to promote the journals they work on (and those who are keen to give it a try), we have put together some guidelines and tips. Why not share yours with us?
June 8, 2015 | Matthew Johnson Editor of Global Discourse

Altmetric, social media, and impact

Altmetric data has now been added to Taylor & Francis Online and Cogent OA. Matthew Johnson, Editor of Global Discourse tells us how he is using these metrics to benefit the journal: “Understanding this basis for credibility and authority enables editors to think much more effectively about the development of their journals. Altmetric offers an opportunity for editors to be much more precise and focused in their efforts.”
January 29, 2015 | Paula Muraca Associate Editor, Journal of Intercultural Studies

Adventures into Twitter

Convinced enough by claims about the benefits of social media for enhancing reach and impact (and perhaps also to satisfy a latent sense of adventure), the editors of the Journal of Intercultural Studies began an official Twitter account for the journal in June last year. In this post Paula Muraca, Associate Editor, shares what she has learnt so far.
December 4, 2014 | Jodie Bell Communications Manager

How important is social media as a communication tool?

How important is social media as part of our communication? Is it worth dedicating time and effort to maintain a social media account? Taylor & Francis recently conducted research to investigate social media use and practice, and the findings have been published in a white paper.
March 24, 2014 | Kate Nuttall Publisher @k8nuttall

The role of #Twinterviews

Learning from the social media successes of the Journal of Sports Sciences (JSS)

We find out how one journal which has embraced the potential of the microblogging site Twitter has gained over 5,000 followers in less than nine months; we learn what a “twinterview” is; and we interview the JSS Social Media Editor who gives us his top tips for running a successful Twitter account.
February 10, 2014 | Joshua Pitt Publisher

Social media and academic life

In this illuminating video, prepared specifically for Taylor & Francis editors, Professor Andy Miah provides an instructive insight into the platforms, processes, and principles of using social media to generate more impact for a journal and its research articles.